About Tomb of Haft Tanan
Tomb of Haft Tanan is located on the north of Hafez Mausoleum in Shiraz. This is called Haft Tanan since there are seven tombs of seven mystics in this garden and Karim Khan-e Zand has installed a large stone with no inscriptions on each one of them. The building of this tomb is related to the time of Karim Khan-e Zand and its garden belongs to the centuries before Zand Dynasty. Of the sights of this tomb is a hall the ceiling of which is on two monolithic pillars and there are some paintings on its top shelves that are the masterpieces of Zand Period. These paintings are respectively: a painting of "A Darwish with an Axe and a Kashkool"; the painting of "Musa the Prophet while Pastoring"; the painting of "Sheikh-e-San'an and Dokhtar-e-Tarsa"; the painting of "Ibrahim the Prophet"; and the painting of "the Young Darwish". Stones of this building belong to the third to eleventh centuries elegantly adorned with assorted Koofic, Thuluth, Nasta'ligh Diwani, Towghi', and Naskh scripts. Tomb of Haft Tanan has been registered as a national monument of Iran.